Capsicum Green- Capsicum stimulates the production of gastric juices & improves the appetite. It enhances athletic performance & treats prostration. It regulates the heart & blood pressure. It lowers cholesterol & triglycerides. It relieves nausea. It prevents cancer. Helps in reducing weight. Caution: Pregnant & nursing women should avoid this. Large doses may cause stomach pain & kidney problems
Capsicum Red- 1)Red peppers contain more than 200 percent of your daily vitamin C intake. Besides being a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C helps the proper absorption of iron. If you are iron deficient, try combining red peppers with your iron source for maximum absorption. 2)Red bell peppers are a great source of vitamin B6 and folate. Both these vitamins and minerals can help prevent anemia. 3)Red bell peppers help support healthy night vision. Red bell peppers are high in vitamin A, which helps to support healthy eyesight, especially night vision. 4)Red bell peppers are packed with antioxidants. The combined effects of vitamin A and C create a great antioxidant capacity, and with lycopene in the mix, the red bell pepper becomes a top-notch superfood. Lycopene is what makes tomatoes and peppers red. Red peppers are one of the highest veggies in lycopene, which has been shown to help prevent many cancers including prostate and lung.
Capsicum Yellow- Yellow capsicums achieve their wonderful color simply because they are left on the plant longer before picking. They are glossy, smooth-skinned, and their thick walls enclose a large hollow and segments which their seeds are attached to. Yellow capsicums are 3 to 4 lobed fruits of the capsicum annum species. They are milder in taste than green capsicum, and so are known as sweet peppers. Orange or yellow bell peppers are more mature than green bell peppers and are harvested before they fully mature and turn red. Although capsicums are available throughout the year, they are most abundant and tasty during the summer and early spring months. They have a slightly fruity taste and are rich in Vitamins A & C, and Beta Carotene.